Making Learning Fit

This video edit is the result of a morning of talks by prestigious speakers such as HRH Prince Philip and Professor Heinz Wolf. The session ended with a Q & A session hosted by the C4 news reader, Jon Snow. This event was filmed by myself together with another cameraman. I was responsible for the final edit using Premiere Pro, and distributed on DVD. The client was City & Guilds.

 

Showreel

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Various projects complied into a two minute showreel. The majority of the work was produced in 3DStudio Max with the final edit being produced with Premiere Pro, using a Digisuite RT system. The showreel can be provided at full PAL resolution on DVD.

The shotlist for this showreel is as follows:

Shot 1

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Client: Vismed Ltd.

Responsibilities: Concept, Design, Texturing, Lighting, Animation

 

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Glenn Howells Architects Direct Mail: Christmas 2008

This emailer was used instead of sending out Christmas cards and the saved money was given to charity. The HTML for the main body email was produced using Dreamweaver.

Once clicked a browser window opened and a flash movie loaded displaying an advent calendar. You can see this by click the following link:

http://www.glennhowells.co.uk/xmas08/xmas.html

If you don’t have flash installed here are a few screen shots to give you an idea of how the calendar worked.

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Paxtrax

Paxtrax was a game developed for GlaxoSmithKline for use on an exhibition stand. I was responsible for the games design and interface, with the programming handeled by another team member. The graphics were produced using 3D Max, and the animation was rendered as separate frames.

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Below are two screen shots showing two levels.

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